Lodges in Banff

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  • Lodges in Banff National Park vary from the luxury of a modern hotel to the rustic experience of lantern-lit cabins with outhouses. Some are eco-friendly. Some are for skiers, only. Some are seasonal. Others are open year round. They can be found in the town of Banff, the village of Lake Louise, on the shores of a glacial fed lake, or in the back-country. Banff has lodges of all different types to suit all different types of travelers.

    Moraine Lake Lodge is one of the most special places to stay in Canada. Moraine Lake is a national treasure. The Lodge fits the area. It is an eco-friendly, nearly self-sustainable property. Guests from around the world come to see Moraine Lake and the Valley of Ten Peaks. It is, arguably, Canada's most famous landscape. But, it is also harder to get to than Lake Louise, and therefore gets less traffic. It is the perfect place to experience peace and quiet while refreshing yourself in the beauty of nature.

    The Num-Ti-Jah Lodge is also on the shores of a lake, Bow Lake, one of Banff National Park's forgotten about jewels. This Lodge has been run by the Simpson family for almost 100 years. It's first visitors had to come by horseback. But, now it's a small, but comfortable, lodge, accessible off the Banff-Jasper Highway. This glacier fed lake has the same emerald color as Lake Louise and Moraine Lake, but it gets almost none of the traffic.

    Skoki Lodge is a back-country lodge designed for skiers. There are lots of trails to explore around the lodge. But, there's no running water and no electricity. However, meals are provided as part of your stay.

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    Moraine Lake Lodge

    P.O. Box 70 Lake Louise

    Possibly the most spectacular lodge in Alberta...
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    Sunshine Mountain Lodge

    One Sunshine Access Road

    Banff''s only ski-in/ski-out property... read more

    Simpson's Num-Ti-Jah Lodge

    P.O. Box 39 Lake Louise

    The keeper of the 'old tales' of Bow Lake... read more

    Skoki Lodge

    Box 5, 1 Whitehorn Road, Lake Louise

    A National Historic Site, eleven kilometers from Lake Louise... read more

    Storm Mountain Lodge

    Historic Log Cabin in Spectacular National Park...
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    Mountaineer Lodge

    101 Village Road

    Seasonal lodge, open Spring-Summer-Fall... read more

    Deer Lodge

    109 Lake Louise Dr

    Heritage Lodge at Lake Louise... read more

    Buffalo Mountain Lodge

    700 Tunnel Mountain Road

    Rocky Mountain Retreat... read more

    Blue Mountain Lodge

    Caribou and Muskrat Streets
    Box 2763

    Within walking distance of everything... read more

    Ambleside Lodge

    123A Rundle Crescent
    (Near Bridge)

    Beautiful pine interiors... read more
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